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Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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510 2  University of California, Los Angeles.|bFilm Archives 
670    UCLA Film and Television Archive studies in history, 
       criticism, and theory. Musser, C. Before the nickelodeon, 
       c1990:|bCIP series t.p. (UCLA Film and Television Archive)
670    Phone call to org., 4/20/90|b(UCLA Film and Television 
       Archive; dept. of University of California, Los Angeles) 
670    Email from the Archive, May 22, 1997|b(In 1986 the ATAS/
       UCLA Television Archives was absorbed by the UCLA Film and
       Television Archive) 
670    Phone call to UCLA Film and Television Archive, January 6,
       2005|b(University of California, Los Angeles. Film 
       Archives (also known as UCLA Film Archive); change its 
       name to UCLA Film and Television Archive in ca. 1985) 
670    UCLA Film & Television Archive WWW site, viewed September 
       24, 2014|b(UCLA Film & Television Archive; in late-1965, 
       the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) joined 
       forces with the UCLA Theater Arts Department to create the
       ATAS/UCLA Television Library. Three years later, Film 
       Department faculty founded the Film Archive. In 1976, when
       Robert Rosen was named director of both organizations, 
       UCLA Film & Television Archive was established as a joint 
       venture)